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September 30, 1960 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-09-30

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday September 30, 19 60 — 6

Around the TP6rld...

A Digest of World Jewish Happenings, from
Dispatches of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Other
News-Gathering Media.

United States

NEW YORK—Leaders of most major American Jewish or-
ganizations 'have ruled out any demonstrations against President
Nasser of the United Arab Republic during his visit to the
United States . . • A special Rosh Hashanah program was broad-
cast to the Jews of the Soviet Union by Radio Liberty which
beams programs to that country from transmitters in Western
Europe and the Far East . . . The Jewish Community of Katanga
province in the Republic of the Congo has sent Rosh Hashanah
greetings to Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of the World
Jewish Congress.
WASHINGTON—Israel Finance Minister Levi Eshkol r
cently discussed matters involving the Israeli economy wit
Under Secretary of State C. Douglas Dillon and Treasury Secre-
tary Robert Anderson.
MINNEAPOLIS—Daily newspapers here and in St. Paul
have rejected a classified advertisement for a "Society for the
Preservation of the White Race," after running the ad for sev-
eral days. The executive director of the Minnesota Jewish Com-
munity Council participated in a meeting with news-
cuss policy on such advertising.

Israel, Arab Envoys

ast majority of former Austrian Jews now
a will not benefit from a reported Au
ion.
nt to indemnify victims of Nazi p
overnment
wn up by a committee of th
ese Jews.
ed to capacity
rench synagogues were cr
s had to

anah observan c es, and pr
orship. Several
service as temporary hous
Jewish immigrants
es held special services
, Algeria, and Morocco.
ial.
forces received s
Jews in the Italian arm
e nment-owned radio et-
Day furloughs, and the
adcast a special Rosh Has nah program.
ue of West B
RLIN—The leading syna
has been corliJ
azis converted into a laund
d consecrated.
WARSAW—A special exh' t of offi I do ments and
h E mann ha
photographs depicting the cri es of Ad
opened at the hall of the J ish Histor al Institute .
a represent
Leaders of the Polish Commu .t Party a
f a
e unveilin
of the Soviet Embassy in Wars. , attended
Jews
memorial in the Krenfitzer Fore to an estin ted 300,
killed there by the Nazis and int ed in mass grave
BONN — West German Presid•Heinrich Lu- , Chancel-
eaders sent
lor Konrad Adenauer, and othe •overn
an Jewish popu-
special Rosh Hashanah messages to
lation.

Israel

for the appearance

TEL AVIV—Moshe Kol, a member of the Jewish Agency
executive, reports after visiting the Soviet Union that the
Great Synagogue in Moscow was filled to its 3,000-seat capacity
for Rosh Hashanah services. Kol, who is the Agency's world
director for youth immigration, was specially honored by being
invited to open the Holy Ark and remove the Torah on the
second day of Rosh Hashanah.
JERUSALEM—A record number of tourists who arrived in
Israel for the High Holy days were given a cordial reception
in overflow synagogues throughout the country . . Soviet
Ambassador M. Bodrov, dean of the diplomatic corps in Israel,
visited President Izhak Ben-Zvi at the head of 34 foreign ambas-
sadors and ministers to convey New Year greetings to Mr. Ben-
Zvi and the people of Israel. Speaking on his own behalf, Bodrov
expressed the hope that Israel would "continue making its
contribution toward world peace." . . . Harry Zinder, former
press counsellor of the Israel Embassy in Washington, D.C.,
been named director of a new Information Agency to coor
all government information and publicity activities
Prime Minister's Office.

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eral of the colloquium, told the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency here
that plans were underway for the
creation of a Mediterranean sum-
mer university at a mountain
resort in Italy. Courses and
seminars, he said, would be given
by leading professors from all
Mediterranean countries. A Medi-
terranean documentation center
was also planned, he said. Golah
also announced that next year's
colloquium would be held in the
spring, probably in Athens.

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ROME, (JTA) — Israeli and
Arab delegates will participate
together in an international con-
ference for the second time in a
week when the second Mediter-
ranean Colloquium convenes in
Florence on Saturday under the
chairmanship of Giorgio Lapira.
At the Mediterranean Seminar,
which met here this past week-
end, Israeli and dent
tables,
representatives s
s, and e
tened t
vie an
-brew Ne
cha
greet' s.
• at
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clu
ended by 85 part'
eraa
ing Professors
br
th
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st
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e
prominent ra
nce
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United
Henein of
Ge .
blic.
Arab
secretary gen-
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OTTAWA—Israel Ambassador Yaacov Herz
dian Jewry for its support of Israel and state
"still faces the challenge of survival."

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Latin America

BUENOS AIRES—President Arturo F
recently at odds with Israel over the Eic
special New Year greeting to the Argenti
and conveyed his "sentiments of friendshi
versary of the first Jewish settlement in th
RIO DE JANEIRO—In a New Year's
Jews, President
bitschek expres
of "their into :ence and
'tiative" in c
try."
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Zvi Tomkiewicz, executive di-
rector, announced after the meet-
ing that an extensive cultural
at program is being planned for the
eve- coming year, to include a series
of monthly lectures and discus-
sions about Israel and American
Jewry.
Tomkiewicz also announced
the formation of a youth activi-
ties committee under the chair-
manship of Rabbi Emanuel Ap-
plebaum. This committee will
arrange educational meetings
and will aim at the reorganiza-
tion of the Bnai Akiba youth
movement.
Plans also are being made for
the annual banquet of Mizrachi,
to be held in January.

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